Are you passionate about the opportunity to work on transformative active transportation projects that enhance mobility and livability in our communities? Are you excited by multi-modal projects that expand sustainable mobility? If so, Chen Ryan would like you to apply for an opportunity to join our active transportation design team in our San Diego, CA office!
At Chen Ryan, we are working to create innovative mobility solutions for our changing world!!
Here are some of the projects we are working on NOW:
- Protected Bikeways – 5 current projects!!
- Protected Intersections – 2 current projects!!
- Roundabouts – 2 current projects!!
- Parks – this is our other passion!!
As a traffic engineer at Chen Ryan, you will be working on the design of innovative multimodal transportation solutions for Southern California communities. You should be able to contribute to the management, design, production, and delivery of transportation projects, specifically related to complete streets, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and traffic engineering.
Traffic Engineer - Responsibilities:
- Serve as traffic design lead for final design active transportation projects in the built environment
- Manage and perform traffic related design tasks (i.e. traffic signal design, signing & striping, traffic control plans)
- Assist with the development and management of project scope, scheduling and budget
- Coordinate between project stakeholders
This is an outstanding opportunity for an ambitious professional who is passionate about active transportation and excels in a team environment! Enthusiastic individuals eager to face new challenges and take on personal responsibilities are best qualified to meet the demands of this work. Chen Ryan is a very successful engineering firm that desires high caliber staff willing to grow personally and professionally to help us exceed our client’s expectations.
If you are interested in joining our team, please send your resume to Matt Capuzzi at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, please contact Matt at (619) 468-2782
Traffic Engineer – Qualifications
- Proficiency in AutoCAD required
- Experience with Traffic Engineering Final Design
- A Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Civil/Transportation Engineering
- 4-10 years of professional experience
- California P.E. or T.E. attainable within one year
- Interest in multimodal and active transportation design
- Strong oral and written communication skills
About Chen Ryan Associates
Chen Ryan Associates, Inc. brings a fresh vision to transportation planning and engineering in Southern California. We provide a fully multi-modal approach, building upon the multi-dimensional experiences of our staff. We understand the quality-of-life and health benefits of integrated transportation/land use planning, smart growth and active transportation. Chen Ryan Associates is committed to developing transportation systems and creating mobility improvements that enhance and support vibrant and sustainable communities. We offer specialized expertise in the areas of Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning and Design, Civil and Traffic Engineering Design, Multi-Modal Design and Analysis, Transportation Planning/Smart Growth Planning, Traffic Operations and Simulation, Traffic Calming, and Safe Routes to School and Transit. Our experience and capabilities in these areas allow us to take on a wide range of transportation projects, bringing strong technical expertise combined with practical experience in a variety of environments and applications.
Chen Ryan Associates has exhibited our creativity and high standards on a variety of recent transportation final design projects, including ...the University Bikeway project in the City of San Diego, which includes protected bikeways, 19 bus islands to eliminate bus/bike conflicts, a protected intersection, fully protected bike movements at signalized intersections, two-stage left-turn queue boxes, enhanced mid-block pedestrian crossings, bumps to slow traffic entering and exiting high volume driveways, the re-purposing of travel lanes, and innovative use of striping and post delineators to slow side street turning movements. We are also currently working on four additional protected bikeway projects and one additional protected intersection in Southern California.